Warriors' Kerr returns to practice for 1st time in 3 weeks

Warriors' Kerr returns to practice for 1st time in 3 weeks

Warriors' Kerr returns to practice for 1st time in 3 weeks

Kerr has not coached the Warriors since round one of the National Basketball Association playoffs this season due to recurring back trouble.

Mike Brown has been serving as Golden State's head coach in Kerr's absence and doing an admirable job, but the latter still is finding a way to leave his mark as the Warriors march toward what they hope will be their third straight NBA Finals appearance.

Like the entire Warriors' organization, all of Dub Nation just wants Coach Kerr to get better so that he can be free of pain and enjoy a decent quality of life. The reigning National Basketball Association coach of the year is recovering from a procedure to alleviate debilitating symptoms stemming from two back surgeries in 2015. So, get your poise back, wings run like insane. "And in the second quarter we got out of sorts".

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Despite their time off, the Warriors looked sloppy in the first half against San Antonio and Gregg Popovich's squad jumped out to a huge 62-42 lead at the half. The pace will come from that.

"He's watching the game, so he sees a lot of different angles", Curry said. "Settle in, and we'll be alright".

"It's obviously great any time you get to hear his voice, see his face", Stephen Curry said after practice. "Not just the players, but us as a staff, so it was good to see him out here today". While initially defeating the Portland Trail Blazers, the Warriors most recently ousted the Utah Jazz. A source told ESPN's Michael C. Wright that Leonard could have played in Game 6 on Thursday night, but the Spurs decided they'd rather have him healthy for Sunday. "It's been very hard for him, and he's shown a lot of courage getting through what he's gotten through".

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